By Roger Currie on March 24, 2017
Strange history of PST on the prairies likely to get weirder as governments battle deficits.
By Vivian Ketchum on March 23, 2017
Surviving families of murdered Indigenous women face the prospects of not being able to afford a decent funeral for their loved ones.
By Susan Huebert on March 22, 2017
Posted in Environment, Health & Safety, Our Neighbourhoods, Politics, Science & Technology | Tagged agribusiness, contamination, drinking water, industry, natural resources, resource extraction, World Water Day | Leave a response
Even water-wealthy Canada cannot afford to take fresh water for granted.
By Nav Persaud on March 22, 2017
When it comes to prescription medications, our health system comes up short.
By Dave Baxter on March 22, 2017
“This may be the nicest group of baseball facilities ever to be utilized in the 50 year history of the Canada Summer Games.”
By Tatenda Gurure on March 21, 2017
On this World Poetry Day (March 21), CNC features poetic reflections on a struggle with religious faith.
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on March 21, 2017
Posted in Downtown, Education, Health & Safety, History, Local Heroes, Stories of Giving | Tagged Broadway, donors, downtown, Dr. Gordon Chown, Great-West Life, history, Kelekis, language, Manitoba Stroke Recovery Association, Margaret Morse, Masters in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, Scholarships, skating, speech pathology, The Winnipeg Foundation, university of manitoba, Winnipeg, Winnipeg Children's Hospital, Winnipeg General Hospital | Leave a response
Through her hard work and perseverance, Margaret Morse has changed the lives of many.
By Trevor Smith on March 21, 2017
Winnipeg’s Pan-Am Pool has been renovated in preparation for this summer’s Canada Games 2017.
By Roger Currie on March 20, 2017
As Canada moves towards legalizing pot, there are still many huge questions to be answered.